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of humanitarian issues? >> nato is still very relevant what is happening below us city level they could engage to solve those problems are three international constitution's in nato right now thinks about what they will do post afghanistan part of the conversation i have had in neat -- nato is afghanistan is a geographical fluke see will be awesome after fighting the conflict will still happen but it will not necessarily require the same things we have been doing so nato, the when like the world bank and asia and africa of development aid talks about to address this. there is a program is never called violence prevention where people using your been designed to prevent balms from happening yet figured out ways to limit its when it does happen. that is like having an effect although it is not military. >> the worldwide marshall plan. >> i would not go that far but it does not get helped by large the international assistance philanthropic donations of overtaken behalf government with the aid battered in talking about the gates foundation many philosophical have a single issue like health so if t
the relationship between the united states and germany is crucial. arguably our second most important ally. nato, european power house. here we are having this very, very delicate and difficult, very public discussion. it makes angela merkel look bad. it makes the president look bad. but at home, there's a real -- there's a real concern as it relates to what did president obama know and when did he know it? >> yeah. >> and neither of the answers are particularly good. >> are we to believe as americans that the president of the united states did not know that we were listening in on chancellor merkel's phone calls for five years? and that he found out yet again about this story when he read about it in the news? >> well, we better hope that's not true. we better hope that the background document that the white house put out, leaked out, it seems, to "the wall street journal" is false. and that it is a lie. what they hold is that the president had no knowledge of one of his closest allies, the leaders of one of our nation's closest allies, being spied upon. and that he didn't approve it and he did
give him the dickens if he did not consult her on any major decision mike nato. >> host: question why did he call bes the boss? it seems like he did what he wanted and he did not --. >> i would not say he did what he wanted it was a partnership. >> that is instead is anything new that goes back for ever and ever. this is part of a marriage is all about. the mystery man grew up her father died and she was 18 in a very strong period the suffragettes period started then those different layers. >> one of her best friends was a well-known female journalist and best cheered her on every step of the way she is very supportive of margaret having a career it is just different. >> had she get been nicknamed the boss? >> we think harry started to call that in the mid-30s to is very organized with the senate office and she did not mind it intel he introduced her during the 40 campaign as the boss in margaret as the boss's boss she thought people would think margaret was spoiled. >> host: she worked in in his senate office because he paid her salary? >> the same way other people did it. bes did th
, working with our nato allies to get rid of .addafi we implemented unprecedented sanctions and pressure on iran uniting the world against the nuclear ambitions in making clear that they must not close the strait of hormuz and not developing nuclear weapons. as chuck said, we clearly should negotiate about whether they are serious. we have to maintain a healthy skepticism. it is the supreme leader that is .he key -- the supreme leader they are not likely to agree to give up enrichment. therefore, we must remain strong. thatst remain consistent they must never, never be able to develop a nuclear weapons and that we may very well have to use military force to back up our policy. [applause] together to make sure that everyone would have the opportunity to serve in our military. that's what this military is about, giving everyone the opportunity to serve when they want to, men, women, regardless , peoplel orientation who want to serve this country ought to have the opportunity to serve it in uniform and they do now. [applause] and we strengthen our alliance with israel. as chuck said, we con
of its uprising, and there was nato support. my own sense is that that call was not a call for regime change in the way that was the case in iraq in 2003. it's important to think about the circumstances, at least initially, in which the call was made. a caller from ohio. i get tired of the united states and western nations being financially involved in their issues over there, when some of the oil-rich arab nations don't seem to be providing enough of their own help. the caller makes a good point, which is that it's clear from polls and other things that does notcan public have much appetite for sending significant financial resources to the middle east. frankly, nor are we in a position to continue to do that after having gone through our own domestic budget troubles. there is a fair question to be raised about whether or not the gulf countries can play more of providing thes of financial assistance necessary , and alsotransitions contributing more to the humanitarian efforts that are being undertaken on behalf of of syria. the gulf countries, with the exception of kuwait, have been
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